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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

G24: 15211136

15211136. Baron John de Carew & 15211137. Margaret Mohun

1310, John born in England, s/o 30422272. Baron John de Carew & 30422273. Joan Talbot.

~1324, Margaret born in England, d/o 30422274. John de Mohun & 30422275. Christian de Segrave.

1324, After the death of his father and his older half-brother Nicholas in the same year, Thomas de Carru [his father’s half-brother] claimed to be heir to John’s brother Nicholas.

1324, Thomas de Carru (Carrew). … Carru shows that he was seised of the castle and manor of Carew after the death of his cousin Nicholas whose heir he is. He also holds the manor of Moulsford from the king in chief of the same inheritance. He now finds that John de Carew has allowed the lands to be taken into the king's hand by his minority. He states that he was found by inquisition to be the next heir and entered the manor of Moulsford. … Pembrokeshire, [Wales]; Moulsford, Berkshire. … John [de Carru (Carrew)], son of John de Carrew and half brother of Nicholas de Carrew. (S) UKNA.

5/6/1325, John and his mother Joan seized of Moulsford manor for a fine of £100.

2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.

3/12/1330, IPM of Theobald … Wemedon. The manor held of John, son of John de Carreu, by service of a knight’s fee, doing suit at the court of the said John of Oteri Moon every three weeks, … (S) CIsPM.

4/10/1330, Protection … John de Carreu [John’s mother in the same list.] (S) CPRs.

1331, Creditor: John de Carew {Carreu} [held Stoke Fleming in Coleridge Hundred, and Galmpton in Haytor Hundred. (S) UKNA.

1336, Creditor: John de Carew {Carruw} [held Stoke Fleming in Coleridge Hundred and Galmpton in Haytor Hundred, Devon.]. Amount: £8 8s.10d. (S) UKNA.

1337-40, Hugh de Courteneye (Courtenay), knight; John de Carru (Carew), knight. … Courtenay [Earl of Devon] and Carew to be keepers of the peace and keepers of the sea in Devon, and they have a commission to hear and determine all trespasses and felonies of all people. (S) UKNA.

1338-39, Sir John de Carreu commanded a retinue in the French war at Cambresis. (S) Knights and Warhorses, Ayton, 1999, P218.

John 1st married Margaret.

1342-43, Sir John served with a small retinue in Brittany. (S) Knights and Warhorses, Ayton, 1999, P117.

7/20/1346, Joan late the wife of John de Carreu, ‘chivaler,’ staying in England, has letters nominating John de Carrey, ‘chivaler,’ … attorneys in Ireland for two years. (S) CPRs.

John’s mother died.

John married 2nd Elizabeth ?

1346, John de Carreu authorized to treat with those contrary to the king’s peace in county Carlow, and to enquire by the oath of lawful men of all trespasses in the said county. (S) The Irish Jurist, 1996, University College, Dublin.

1347, Sir John at the siege of Calais, with 14 men in his contingent, in the king’s regiment. (S) English Historical Documents 1327-1485, Myers, 1996, P497.

12/1/1347, John de Carreu has shown the king that whereas John de Carreu, his father, whose heir he is, lately demised certain lands in Erston Molyngere in Ireland to Hugh de Lacy, knight, … (S) CCRs.

1348, The Black Death entered the west countryside of England [likely entering through Bristol].

1349, John de Carreu, baron of Idrone. (S) A Genealogical History …, Burke, P625.

1361, Finding that Sir Walter Fitz Walter de Birmingham held the manor of Tamolin of John de Carreu, of the barony of Idron, for 40s. (S) Book of Howth, 1871, P366.

4/1361, Names of holders of land and ecclesiastical benefices in Ireland, resident in England, summoned to Westminster … John de Carreu … (S) Annales Hiberniae, Grace, 1842, P175.

8/14/1361, Sir John de Carreu, banneret, took a retinue of 8 squires and 10 archers to Ireland. (S) Knights and Warhorses, Ayton, 1999, P117.

5/13/1362, John returned from Ireland. (S) Handbook and Select Calendar of Sources for Medieval Ireland, Dryburgh, 2005, P394.

5/22/1363, “the morrow of Whitsunday”, John, knt. and Baron Carew of Carew castle, Ottery Mohun, … Justiciar of Ireland died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P169.

Family notes:

·         10/28/1363, … lands … held in Capite by John de Carreu, having come into the king’s hands by reason of th edeath of the s’d J.C. & of the minority of the his heir, … assigned in dower to Elizabeth who had been wife of the said J.C. the mnaors … it is submitted by Leonard son and heir of the s’d J.C. … the king was deceived … had granted to said manors to the said John Carew and Margaret his first wife now deceased, … Leonard is the legitimate son and heir of the s’d J.C. & M. … petitions … conceded to himself. (S) Report and Transactions, V37, 1905, P325.

·         1395, Inquisition taken before William Hamstide, deputy of John Aldelyne, the King’s Escheator, to enquire what lands and tenements Sir Leonard Carewe and Sir John Carewe, his father, held of the Lord Edward, late King of England, as well in demesne as in service, in the counties of Carlow and Cork … Sir John Carewe was seized of the barony of Odrone … Sir Leoneard Carewe was seized of the said barony … held the said barony of Margaret, Countess of Norfolk, late Lady of the County of Carlow, as of the castle and manor of Carlow, by military service. That Sir Thomas de Carewe, son of the said Leonard, was next heir of the said John and Leonard, … and was then of age 27 years, and married 14 years to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Bonvile. (S) Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland, Morrin, 1861.

Child of John and Margaret:

i. Leonard Carew (7605568), born 4/23/1342 in England.